Our amazing engineers are influencing the technological development of persistent memory. By putting their minds together, this team of 22 engineers collaborated to write Programming Persistent Memory. Now they’re sharing their expertise with the world: intel.ly/31PpENL
Lama Nachman, Intel fellow and director of Intel’s Anticipatory Computing Lab, and her team developed the Assistive Context-Aware Toolkit to help people with severe disabilities communicate through keyboard simulation, word prediction and speech synthesis: intel.ly/2Ex52lo
“I loved receiving the wellness kit in the mail … it made me feel connected to our team. Small things like this are part of what makes Intel such an amazing place to work!”
–@LoganCastrey, HR Project Manager
What’s helping you stay connected to coworkers?
Big news! We are expanding our AI for Youth program into a 10th country—Indonesia! We are excited to help more young people prepare for jobs of the future and use #AI to solve real world challenges. twitter.com/Iamviswanathan…
Nothing brings people together like good #food. That’s why, in these difficult times, #IntelItaly shared their personal favorites with our global Intel family. Now we’re inviting you to try their “Sicilian Flavours” #recipe. Buon appetito!
What excites engineers about working at #IntelPoland?
“We are working on solutions that will appear on the market in 2023... searching for the best solution and having the possibility of forging vision into a product,” says Kamil, a #software manager. intel.ly/33oKoyf
Partnering with @nohandsnoexcuse on his first PC build was not only an epic experience, but one that reinforced our belief that tech should be fully inclusive. On #ADA30, we reconfirm our commitment to advancing accessibility for all. intel.ly/3fZub6m
Just imagine what 110,000 people can do by working together toward positive societal change. Listen to our CDIO @barbarawhye explain Intel’s vision for 2030 and how we’re catalyzing progress: intel.ly/3fwr7yc#InclusionatIntel
Need a ride–how about a self-driving taxi? The possibility is closer than you think. @Mobileye, an Intel Company, and transportation operators @willer_en, aim to begin testing robotaxis on public roads in Japan in 2021. Read more: intel.ly/32eTHR3
"I don’t want to work like a robot … My motivation is always having different problems and learning new ways to solve them.” Meet Marta, who went from working student to fulltime software engineer at #IntelGermany: intel.ly/2BP1Osx
Intel CEO Bob Swan joined @postlive to discuss the company’s corporate responsibility goals, emphasizing the importance of workforce #diversity and the need for companies to push forward an equitable and just social agenda. Read more here: blogs.intel.com/policy/2020/06…
According to a new study, women are being rehired less than men in the COVID reopening. How can we bring more women back to the workplace? See tips from women leading diversity efforts in #STEM organizations including @barbarawhye: intel.ly/2YzIfgJintel.ly/3ezpvDi
Big news: We are launching the first Intel-designed #AI associate degree program in the U.S. with @mcccd to prepare tens of thousands of students for thriving careers in high-tech and beyond. We can’t wait to get started. intel.ly/3i3ru5d